So I had my last day at work and at the exit interview, the lady wanted me to sign a piece of paper saying I'd respect my employer's intellectual property. I asked her if I had to sign that agreement, and she said something about how when I signed on, I signed a paper saying I'd agree to sign a paper at the end of employment about intellectual property. I didn't quite believe her. Wouldn't it have made sense to have signed the paper up front when I was employed? Who would sign a paper agreeing to sign a paper? When I asked her to produce a copy of the agreement, she couldn't. She said it would take a few weeks to find it. If I don't remember this contract and they can't produce it, did I really have to sign? Is it a fair request in the US to see the contract outlining the terms before signing again? Something just seems so off.